FDIC OKs Delay of FAS 166, 167 Effect on Capital 2009-12-16 – housingwire.com " The FDIC answered the industry’s calls for capital relief Wednesday with the final rule, which provides an optional delay and phase-in for up to one year for the effect on risk-based capital and the allowance for lease and loan losses related to assets affected.
Over 80 percent of securitized loans consolidated back onto banks’ balance sheets as a result of FAS 166/167 are revolving consumer loans, primarily credit card loans. In this paper, we examine the impact of FAS 166/167 on the credit card loan securitization. First, we document that the affected U.
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giving Wells Fargo 100 percent of the future earnings of the business Adoption of FAS 166/167 on January 1, 2010, improved Tier 1 common ratio by 1 basis point, reduced Tier 1 capital ratio by 1 basis.
"The board of directors at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. on Wednesday finalized a new capital rule that addresses industry concerns raised by Financial Accounting Standards (FAS) 166 and 167. FAS 166 and 167, which take effect in January, will require financial institutions to bring certain securitized assets onto balance sheets."
The nature of the FAS 166 and 167 guidelines was an exogenous shock not only to bank capital but also directly to banks’ existing loan portfolios on balance sheets. Hence, this shock presents a unique opportunity to address the research question in hand.
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Causes of Failure and Material Loss. However, the FDIC considered the bank’s structure and growth to be largely mitigated by the bank’s maintenance of Tier 1 Leverage and Total Risk-Based capital ratios in excess of 20 percent and growing levels of on-balance sheet.
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changes mandated by FAS 166 and FAS 167 would have on regulatory capital, the appropriateness of adjusting the risk-based capital treatment of some classes of assets that would be consolidated by banking organizations as a result of their implementation of FAS 167, and the utility of a phase-in of the regulatory capital effects of the accounting
For securitizations that achieve off-balance sheet treatment under FAS 166 and 167, the FDIC will not interfere with the transfers of securitized assets through its power to repudiate contracts of failed banks. In effect, this safe harbor will function similarly to that of the existing Securitization Rule.